Conference Agenda

Overview and details of the sessions of this conference. Please select a date or location to show only sessions at that day or location. Please select a single session for detailed view (with abstracts and downloads if available).

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 23/May/2022
12:45pm
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1:15pm
D1-O: DESIGN 2022 OPENING
Location: Virtual Stage

A Word Before: Mario Štorga, University of Zagreb (HR), DESIGN 2022 Conference Chair

The Design Society Welcome Address: Tim McAloone, Technical University of Denmark (DK), President of the Design Society, DESIGN 2022 Programme Chair

Presentation of the DS Fellow 2022 Award

1:15pm
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4:30pm
D111: WORKSHOP 1 - BRIDGING CREATIVITY PRACTICE AND THEORY: OPPOSITES ATTRACT
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Milene Gonçalves, TU Delft, Netherlands, The

(with the participation of Ir. Katrina Heijne, as the creative facilitator, Delft University of Technology, NL)

Organised by: DS Design Creativity SIG

D112: WORKSHOP 2 - CHANGING PARADIGMS FOR MANAGING PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES
Location: Virtual Room 2
Chair: Kilian Gericke, University of Rostock, Germany
Chair: Claudia Eckert, The Open University, United Kingdom

Organised by: DS Design Process SIG

D113: WORKSHOP 3 - SUSTAINABLE DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Location: Virtual Room 3

Chair: Yuri Borgianni, Free University of Bozen|Bolzano, Italy

Chair: Jeremy Faludi, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

Chair: Sophie Hallstedt, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden

Chair: Steven Hoffenson, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

Chair: Daniela Pigosso, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Chair: Serena Graziosi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Chair: Nicholas Alexander Meisel, The Pennsylvania State University, United States of America

Chair: Tino Stanković, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Organised by: DS Sustainable Design and Design for Additive Manufacturing SIGs

D114: WORKSHOP 4 - UNDERSTANDING SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICE-BASED QUESTIONS FOR DESIGN NEUROCOGNITION RESEARCH
Location: Virtual Room 4
Chair: Laura Hay, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Chair: Philip Cash, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Organised by: DS Cognitive Design Science SIG

D115: WORKSHOP 5 - HOW TO ‘INTENTIONALLY DESIGN’ PSS TO FOSTER RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION?
Location: Virtual Room 5
Chair: Marco Bertoni, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
Chair: Yong Se Kim, University of Turku, Finland

Organised by: DS Design of Product-Service Systems SIG

 

D116: WORKSHOP 6 - A MODEL FOR SUCCESSFUL COLLABORATIVE ENGINEERING DESIGN: COMPLETING THE CAUSAL LOOP
Location: Virtual Room 6
Chair: Robert Ian Whitfield, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Chair: Ross Brisco, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Organised by: DS Collaborative Design SIG

D117: WORKSHOP 7 - DIGITAL TWINS
Location: Virtual Room 7
Chair: Ola Isaksson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Chair: Eckhard Kirchner, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany

Organised by: DS Design Practice SIG

D118: WORKSHOP 8 - HEALTH SYSTEMS DESIGN: PEOPLE, INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY
Location: Virtual Room 8
Chair: P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Chair: Anja Maier, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Chair: Maaike Kleinsmann, TU Delft, Netherlands, The

Organised by: DS Health Systems Design SIG  

D119: WORKSHOP 9 - EXPLORING MODALITIES OF MUTUAL LEARNING FOR GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Location: Virtual Room 9
Chair: Panos Y. Papalambros, University of Michigan, United States of America
Chair: Margareta Norell Bergendahl, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Chair: Susanne Carin Nilsson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Chair: Bernard Shibwabo Kasamani, Strathmore University, Kenya

Organised by: DS Africa-Design Initiative

4:30pm
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5:15pm
D121: RESEARCH AND TEACHING WITH ONSHAPE
Location: Virtual Room 10
Chair: Stanko Škec, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Organised by: PTC Education

Session facilitator: Dr. Matthew Mueller, Manager of Education Innovation, PTC Education, US

Date: Tuesday, 24/May/2022
12:00pm
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12:15pm
D2-O: PRE-SESSION GET-TOGETHER
Location: Virtual Stage

Introduction to Conference Day

P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge (UK), DESIGN 2022 Programme Chair

12:15pm
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1:30pm
D211: Data-driven methods for early design phases
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Tobias Larsson, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
 

Using Machine Learning for Product Portfolio Management: A Methodical Approach to Predict Values of Product Attributes for Multi-Variant Product Portfolios

Jan Mehlstäubl1, Felix Braun2, Martin Denk1, Ralf Kraul2, Kristin Paetzold3

1: Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany; 2: MAN Truck & Bus SE, Germany; 3: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany



Evaluate Similarity of Requirements with Multilingual Natural Language Processing

Ursina Bisang1, Jörg Brünnhäußer1, Pascal Lünnemann1, Lucas Kirsch2, Kai Lindow1

1: Fraunhofer IPK, Germany; 2: CONTACT Software GmbH, Germany



A Survey on the Challenges Hindering the Application of Data Science, Digital Twins and Design Automation in Engineering Practice

Simon Rädler1,2, Eugen Rigger1

1: V-Research GmbH, Austria; 2: TU Wien, Austria



Generative Pre-Trained Transformer for Design Concept Generation: An Exploration

Qihao Zhu, Jianxi Luo

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore



Success Factors for the Validation of Requirements for New Product Generations – A Case Study on Using Field Gathered Data

Steffen Wagenmann, Nikola Bursac, Simon Rapp, Albert Albers

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

D212: Design process transformations for Industry 4.0
Location: Virtual Room 2
Chair: Åsa Ericson, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
 

A Digital Twin Trust Framework for Industrial Application

Jakob Trauer1, Sebastian Schweigert-Recksiek1, Tim Schenk2, Thomas Baudisch2, Markus Mörtl1, Markus Zimmermann1

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Siemens AG, Germany



Industry 4.0 Management: Preliminary Design Implications

Rebecca Castagnoli1, Julie Stal-Le Cardinal2, Giacomo Büchi1, Monica Cugno1

1: University of Turin, Italy; 2: CentraleSupélec, France



A Life-Cycle Framework to Manage Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange in Open Organisations

Matthias R. Guertler1, Nico Adams2, Glenda Caldwell3, Jared Donovan3, Andreas Hopf1, Jonathan Roberts3

1: University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 2: James Cook University, Australia; 3: Queensland University of Technology, Australia



Understanding Industry 4.0 Digital Transformation

Ross Brisco

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



Identification of Human and Organizational Key Design Factors for Digital Maturity – A Fuzzy-Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis

Martin Schneider, Talea Hellweg, Jörn Steffen Menzefricke

Paderborn University, Germany

D213: System approach to healthcare design
Location: Virtual Room 3
Chair: Dorian Marjanović, University of Zagreb FSB, Croatia
 

Driving Change in Complex Social Systems: How to Design Healthcare Pathways

Alix Feldman1, François Patou2, Anja Maier1,3

1: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2: Oticon Medical, Denmark; 3: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



Is Anybody Listening? A Citation Analysis of Healthcare Design Research Articles Published in Design Journals

Guillaume Lamé1, Solène Huynh-Dagher1, Alexander Komashie2,3, Marija Jankovic1, Tu-Anh Duong4,5

1: CentraleSupélec, France; 2: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 3: THIS Institute, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 4: AP-HP. Université Paris-Saclay, France; 5: Université Paris Est Créteil, France



Atypical Use Scenarios as Design Intervention in Healthcare Product Design Application

Kamya Nagarajan, Georgios Koronis, Karupppasamy Subburaj, Arlindo Silva

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore



The Role of Systems Approaches in Health and Care

Alexander Komashie1,2, P. John Clarkson1

1: Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: The Healthcare Improvement Studies (THIS) Institute, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



A Novel User-Centred Framework for the Holistic Design of Therapeutic Medical Devices

Edward Abela, Philip Farrugia, Maria Victoria Gauci, Pierre Vella, Glenn Cassar, Emanuel Balzan

University of Malta, Malta

D214: Design creativity studies
Location: Virtual Room 4
Chair: Philip Cash, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
 

How to Assess a Creativity Session

Lili Coustillac1,2,3, Florence Bazzaro2, Justine Lobbé1, Yann Meyer3,4

1: Faurecia Clean Mobility, France; 2: Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France; 3: Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France; 4: Université Savoie Mont Blanc, France



Testing the Usability of Guidelines for the Design of Surprising Products

Omar Raafat, Niccolò Becattini

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Do You See What I See? Exploring Vividness of Visual Mental Imagery in Product Design Ideation

Edward Hart, Laura Hay

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



The Relation between the Characteristics of Individual and Collaborative Concept Generation

Akane Matsumae, Hikari Hirasawa

Kyushu University, Japan



An Approach to Transfer Biological Solutions Based on the Interaction of Mechanisms to Technical Products

Marcel Bartz1, Eike Uttich2, Kristina Wanieck3, Beate Bender2, Sandro Wartzack1

1: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; 2: Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany; 3: Deggendorf Institute of Technology, Germany

D215: Social relationships and emotional design
Location: Virtual Room 5
Chair: Monica Bordegoni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 

Exploring the Role of Shame in Design Strategies

June Trondsen, Casper Boks

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Design Strategies to Promote Intercultural Meaningful Social Interactions

María Laura Ramírez Galleguillos, Aya Eloiriachi, Büşra Serdar, Aykut Coşkun

Koç University, Turkey



Assessing Social Behaviour Towards Near-Body Product Users in the Wild: A Review of Methods

Muriel De Boeck, Jochen Vleugels, Dirk Van Rooy, Kristof Vaes

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Analysis Designers' Process of Insight Generation through Empathy with Users

Akira Ito, Yuki Taoka, Shigeki Saito

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan



An Exploration of Some Aspects to Consider When Opening Futures

Isaac Arturo Ortega Alvarado

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

D216: Design for X
Location: Virtual Room 6
Chair: Stephan Husung, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany
 

Toward a Method for Evaluating the Applicability of Aluminum Foam Sandwich

Patrick Hommel, Daniel Roth, Hansgeorg Binz, Matthias Kreimeyer

University of Stuttgart, Germany



Use of Margin to Absorb Variation In Design Specifications: An Analysis Using the Margin Value Method

Arindam Brahma1, David C. Wynn2, Ola Isaksson1

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: The University of Auckland, New Zealand



Uncertainty Analysis of a Calculation Model for Electric Bearing Impedance

Peter Welzbacher, Steffen Puchtler, Anja Geipl, Eckhard Kirchner

Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany



Model-Based Definition Accelerates Product Life Cycle in Manufacturing and Inspection Phase – Experiment of Machined One-Off Production

Pekka Uski1, Asko Ellman2, Ilari Laine2, Lasse Hillman3, Joni Nieminen3

1: Etteplan Finland Ltd, Finland; 2: Tampere University, Finland; 3: Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland



Effect of Heat Treatment on the Hardness of Unconventional Geometrical Features for Laser Powder Bed Fused AlSi10Mg

Lea Strauß1, Joaquin Montero2, Sebastian Weber1, Stefan Brenner1, Philipp Höfer1, Kristin Paetzold2, Günther Löwisch1

1: Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany; 2: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

1:30pm
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1:45pm
D2-B1
1:45pm
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2:30pm
D2-P: PLENARY SESSION
Location: Virtual Stage
Chair: P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

AI, MACHINE LEARNING, ROBOTICS: TRENDS, CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES

Danica Kragic, Professor, School of Computer Science and Communication

KTH  - Royal Institute of Technology, SW

2:30pm
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2:45pm
D2-B2
2:45pm
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4:00pm
D221: AI role in design teams
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Binyang Song, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America
 

Is It Human or Is It Artificial Intelligence? Discerning the Impact and Effectiveness of Process Managers Based on the Manager's Identity

Joshua T. Gyory, Kenneth Kotovsky, Jonathan Cagan

Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America



Generative Product Design Processes: Humans and Machines Towards a Symbiotic Balance

Margherita Tufarelli, Elisabetta Cianfanelli

University of Florence, Italy



Student vs Machine: Comparing Artificial Neural Network Predictions with Student Estimates of Market Price Using Function Structure Models

Apurva Rajesh Patel, Joshua D. Summers

The University of Texas at Dallas, United States of America



Matching Synthetic Populations with Personas: A Test Application for Urban Mobility

Flore Vallet1,2, Sebastian Hörl2, Tjark Gall1,2

1: CentraleSupélec, France; 2: IRT SystemX, France



Are Confident Designers Good Teammates to Artificial Intelligence?: A Study of Self-Confidence, Competence, and Collaborative Performance

Leah Chong, Kenneth Kotovsky, Jonathan Cagan

Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America

D222: Project management
Location: Virtual Room 2
Chair: Neven Pavković, University of Zagreb, Croatia
 

A Process Modelling Morphology to Support Process Analysis and Development in Change Processes

Theresa Ammersdörfer, David Inkermann

Technische Universität Clausthal, Germany



Framework for FAMD-Based Identification of RCPSP-Constraints for Improved Project Scheduling

Michael Riesener, Maximilian Kuhn, Alexander Keuper, Benjamin Lender, Guenther Schuh

RWTH Aachen University, Germany



A Longitudinal Study of Teamwork Quality in Design Teams

Harshika Singh1, Nikola Horvat2, Stanko Škec2, Niccolò Becattini1

1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: University of Zagreb, Croatia



The Collaborative Iron Triangle: A New Tool for Supporting a Project-Culture-Aware Management in Interorganizational R&D Projects

Katharina Dieterich1, Dieter Spath1,2, Peter Ohlhausen2,3

1: University of Stuttgart, Germany; 2: Fraunhofer IAO, Germany; 3: Reutlingen University, Germany



A Comparative Analysis of the Engineering Design and Lean Start-Up Innovation Methodologies

Deval Karia1, Komal Shah1, Kavyashree Venkatesh1, Shakuntala Acharya2, Manish Arora1

1: Indian Institute of Science, India; 2: Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India

D223: Healthcare design processes
Location: Virtual Room 3
Chair: Alexander Komashie, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
 

Service Design Approach to Elevate the Patient Experience during Home X-Rays

Rajvi Mehul Parikh1, Shamit Shrivastav2

1: Innominds, India; 2: Atlas Skilltech University, India



MedTech Product Development Framework for Post-Pandemic Era

Natalia Glazkova1, Yaroslav Menshenin1, Dmitry Vasilev2, Clement Fortin1

1: Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia; 2: Karfidov Lab, Russia



Designing Human Digital Twins for Behaviour-Changing Therapy and Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review

Martin Wolfgang Lauer-Schmaltz1, Philip Cash1, John Paulin Hansen1, Anja Maier1,2

1: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



Lost in Transit: Implications and Insights for Making Medical Task Trainer Prototypes with an Open Source Hardware Paradigm

Daniel Nygård Ege, Marius Auflem, Martin Steinert

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



User-Centric Process of Designing a Molecular & Cellular Query Interface for Biomedical Research

Tiffany Sun Liaw, Nils Gehlenborg

Harvard Medical School, United States of America

D224: Finding new paths in design research
Location: Virtual Room 4
Chair: Susanne Carin Nilsson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
 

Unveiling the Construct of Design Thinking: An Exploratory Study

Mariana Oliveira, Eduardo Zancul

University of São Paulo, Brazil



Accessing the Inaccessible: Demonstrators as Sources of Tacit Knowledge

Aleksandra Sviridova, Drim Stokhuijzen, Jouke Verlinden

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Virtually Hosted Hackathons for Design Research: Lessons Learned from the International Design Engineering Annual (IDEA) Challenge 2021

Mark Goudswaard1, Lee Kent1, Lorenzo Giunta1, James Gopsill1, Chris Snider1, Filip Valjak2, Kim A. Christensen3, Harry Felton1, Daniel Nygård Ege3, Ricardo M. Real1, Chris Cox1, Nikola Horvat2, Sampsa Kohtala3, Sindre Wold Eikevåg3, Tomislav Martinec2, Marija Majda Perišić2, Martin Steinert3, Ben Hicks1

1: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 2: University of Zagreb, Croatia; 3: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Design Methods Review for Smart Product: Objectomy, a New Approach

Chris Edward Bangle1, Marco Rosso1, Francesca Montagna2, Marco Cantamessa2

1: Chris Bangle Associates, Italy; 2: Politecnico di Torino, Italy



A Case Study Exploring the Role of Design in Maturing University-Developed Technology

David Mesa, Linus Tan, Charlie Ranscombe

Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

D225: Visual and haptic interactions with products
Location: Virtual Room 5
Chair: Stanko Škec, University of Zagreb, Croatia
 

Design and Evaluation of an Inclusive Autonomous Vehicle User Interface Developed for Persons with Visual Acuity Loss

Elena Angeleska, Aleksandra Aleksovska, Nikola Avramov, Sofija Sidorenko, Tashko Rizov, Aleksandar Jankovic

Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, North Macedonia



Visual Ergonomics for Colourblindness: Applying Universal Design Principles in Graphical User Interface to Provide Affordance to the Colourblind Users

Abhinav Basak, Shatarupa Thakurta Roy

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India



Evaluation of an Affordance-Based Requirements Generation Tool for Speech And Language Therapeutic Toys

Emanuel Balzan, Philip Farrugia, Owen Casha

University of Malta, Malta



Preliminary Study on Haptics of Textile Surfaces via Digital Visual Cues

Bastian Quattelbaum1, Stephanie Wolter1, Kostas Stylidis2,3

1: Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 2: University West, Sweden; 3: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



Understanding the Role of Perceptual Haptic Conditions on Design Decision

K. V. Rakhin1, Prasad S. Onkar1, J. Hayavadana2

1: Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India; 2: Osmania University, India

D226: Topology optimisation and simulation
Location: Virtual Room 6
Chair: Christian Weber, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany
 

A Machine Learning-Based Approach for Quick Evaluation of Live Simulations in Embodiment Design

Christopher Sauer1, Benjamin Gerschütz1, Jörg Bernsdorf2, Benjamin Schleich1, Sandro Wartzack1

1: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; 2: CADFEM GmbH, Germany



Active-Learning Combined with Topology Optimization for Top-Down Design of Multi-Component Systems

Lukas Krischer, Anand Vazhapilli Sureshbabu, Markus Zimmermann

Technical University of Munich, Germany



An AI-Based Approach to Optimize Stress in Shrink Fits

Valesko Dausch, Jan Kröger, Matthias Kreimeyer

University of Stuttgart, Germany



An AI-Assisted Design Method for Topology Optimization without Pre-Optimized Training Data

Alex Halle, Lucio Flavio Campanile, Alexander Hasse

Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany



Truss Parametrization of Topology Optimization Results with Curve Skeletons and Meta Balls

Martin Denk1, Klemens Rother2, Kristin Paetzold3

1: Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany; 2: Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 3: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

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4:15pm
D2-B3
4:15pm
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5:30pm
D231: Design change management
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: James Gopsill, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
 

Data-Based Method for the Implementation Planning of Engineering Changes in the Automotive Industry

Raquel Capistrano Burgos1, Fabian Sippl1, Ognjen Radisic-Aberger2, Tim Weisser2

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: University of Siegen, Germany



Evaluation of Engineering Changes Based on Variations from the Model of PGE – Product Generation Engineering in an Automotive Wiring Harness

Albert Albers1, Moritz Magnus Altner1,2, Simon Rapp1, Benjamin Valeh2, Hans Redinger2, Roland Winter2

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: Mercedes-Benz AG, Germany



Identification of Property Change Impacts Based on Requirements-Oriented, Multi-Criteria Decision Models

Dennis Horber, Benjamin Schleich, Sandro Wartzack

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany



Concept of a Multi-Agent System for Optimised and Automated Engineering Change Implementation

Ognjen Radisic-Aberger, Tim Weisser, Till Saßmannshausen, Johannes Wagner, Peter Burggräf

University of Siegen, Germany

D232: Design process models
Location: Virtual Room 2
Chair: Joshua Summers, The University of Texas at Dallas, United States of America
 

Investigating Triple Process Theory in Design Protocols

Sonia Vieira1, Udo Kannengiesser2, Mathias Benedek3

1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: Johannes Kepler University, Austria; 3: University of Graz, Austria



Selecting Design Process Modelling Approaches for Building Design: A Review

Yvonne Yu Bing Wong, Sam Conrad Joyce, Lucienne Blessing

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore



Evaluation of the Impact of Collaborative Research on Robust Design Methodologies: A Large Scale Empirical Case Study with an Automotive OEM

Felician Campean1, Amad Uddin1,2, Jonathan Bridges1, Steven Fannon1, Unal Yildirim1,3

1: University of Bradford, United Kingdom; 2: Jaguar Land Rover, United Kingdom; 3: Hubei University of Automotive Technology, China



The Inclusive Design Canvas. A Strategic Design Template for Architectural Design Professionals

Matteo Zallio, P. John Clarkson

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Digital Artefacts and the Role of Digital Affordance

Samuele Colombo1, Francesca Montagna1, Gaetano Cascini2, Virginia Flavia Palazzolo1

1: Politecnico di Torino, Italy; 2: Politecnico di Milano, Italy

D233: Healthcare case studies
Location: Virtual Room 3
Chair: Anja Maier, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
 

A Designers' Perspective on Additive Manufactured Smart Wearables for Paediatric Habilitation

Matthew Bonello, Philip Farrugia

University of Malta, Malta



Serious Game Design Principles for Motor Evaluation of Patients with Neurological Diseases

Xeniya Pystina, Adriana Gomes Lisboa de Souza, Guillaume Thomann

Grenoble INP, France



One Size Doesn't Fit All: On the Adaptable Universal Design of Assistive Technologies

Leila Aflatoony1, Siniša Kolarić2

1: Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America; 2: Simon Fraser University, Canada



Cardinal Maturity Determination of Technology Development: Medical Device Development Case Study

Soumya Ranjan Mishra, Kamran Behdinan

University of Toronto, Canada



Towards a Product Service System Framework for Lower Limb Prosthetic Devices

Nicholas Patiniott1, Jonathan C Borg1, Emmanuel Francalanza1, Alfred Gatt1, Pierre Vella1, Joseph Zammit1, Kristin Paetzold2

1: University of Malta, Malta; 2: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

D234: Design evaluation criteria
Location: Virtual Room 4
Chair: Peter Törlind, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
 

A Procedure Model for the Systematic Sensor Selection and Integration into Technical Systems

Maximilian Hausmann, Luca Häfner, Eckhard Kirchner

Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany



Design Principles and Multi-Level Structures for Multi-Functional and Multi-Material Design

Tim Fröhlich, Thomas Vietor

Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany



Development of a Methodology for Technology Demonstration Projects Evaluation

Anastasia Stelvaga, Clement Fortin

Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia



Lifecycle Option Selection in Early Design Stages Based on Degradation Model Evaluation

David Inkermann

Technische Universität Clausthal, Germany



Cyber-Security Aware Design of Automated Systems

Ralf Stetter1, Marcin Witczak2, Markus Till1

1: University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten, Germany; 2: University of Zielona Góra, Poland

D235: Co-design and co-creation
Location: Virtual Room 5
Chair: Tomislav Martinec, University of Zagreb, Croatia
 

Co-Designing with AI in Sight

Álvaro Aranda-Muñoz1,2, Ulrika Florin1, Yuji Yamamoto1, Yvonne Eriksson1, Kristian Sandström2

1: Mälardalen University, Sweden; 2: Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden



Tailoring a Project Risk Management Tool through Co-Design: Managing Risk in the Fuzzy Front-End of Construction Project Design

Andreas Claus Hansen1,2, Pelle Lundquist Willumsen1, Josef Oehmen1

1: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2: Bygningsstyrelsen, Denmark



User-Centred Co-Design in the Pandemic – A Reindeer Case

Åsa Ericson, Johan Lugnet, Hatharat Silawiang, Lisa Eliasson, Johan Wenngren

Luleå University of Technology, Sweden



Speculating on Nature, Technology and Finance. Geomerce as a Case Study for Research through Design

Giovanni Innella1, Gionata Gatto2

1: Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Qatar, Qatar; 2: Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation, United Arab Emirates

 
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D2-S: SOCIAL GATHERING
Location: Social Event Room
Date: Wednesday, 25/May/2022
12:00pm
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12:15pm
D3-O: PRE-SESSION GET-TOGETHER
Location: Virtual Stage

Introduction to Conference Day

Julie Stal-Le Cardinal, CentraleSupélec (FR), DESIGN 2022 Programme Chair

12:15pm
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1:30pm
D311: Digital twin
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Benoit Eynard, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France
 

SysML 4 Digital Twins – Utilization of System Models for the Design and Operation of Digital Twins

Fabian Wilking, Christopher Sauer, Benjamin Schleich, Sandro Wartzack

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany



Digital Twins and Product-Service Systems: A Synergy with Challenges and Opportunities

Fabian N. Laukotka, Christoph Rennpferdt, Dieter Krause

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



Integrated Physical-Digital Workflow in Prototyping – Inspirations from the Digital Twin

Chris Snider, Lee Kent, Mark Goudswaard, Ben Hicks

University of Bristol, United Kingdom



Approach for Developing Digital Twins of Smart Products Based on Linked Lifecycle Information

Thomas Eickhoff, Sven Forte, Jens Christian Göbel

Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany



A Method for the Support of the Design for Digital Twin Solution and Its Application on a Gearbox System

Yanik Koch1, Stephan Husung2, Felix Röhnert2, Atif Mahboob2, Michael Georg Frank1, Eckhard Kirchner1

1: Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany; 2: Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany

D312: Cognitive studies in design
Location: Virtual Room 2
Chair: Sonia Vieira, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 

An Eye-Tracking Study to Identify the Most Observed Features in a Physical Prototype of a Tiny House

Aurora Berni, Stefania Altavilla, Laura Ruiz-Pastor, Chiara Nezzi, Yuri Borgianni

Free University of Bozen|Bolzano, Italy



Interaction and Perception of Interaction with 3D Objects during Design Activities

Tijana Vuletic, Alex Duffy, Chris McTeague, Laura Hay, Gerard Campbell, Madeleine Grealy

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



An Attempt to Grasp Resonance during Co-Creation with Biosignal Indicators

Akane Matsumae, Keisuke Shoji, Yuki Motomura

Kyushu University, Japan



Inspirational Stimuli Improve Idea Fluency during Ideation: A Replication and Extension Study with Eye-Tracking

Henrikke Dybvik1, Filip Gornitzka Abelson1, Pasi Aalto1, Kosa Goucher-Lambert2, Martin Steinert1

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2: University of California, Berkeley, United States of America



Comparing EEG Brain Power of Mechanical Engineers in 3D CAD Modelling from 2D and 3D Representations

Fanika Lukačević1,2, Shumin Li2, Niccolò Becattini2, Stanko Škec1

1: University of Zagreb, Croatia; 2: Politecnico di Milano, Italy

D313: Circular economy: Methods and tools
Location: Virtual Room 3
Chair: Casper Boks, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
 

Designing Configurator for Take-Back for a Circular Economy – A Conceptual Framework

Pravin Kumar Mallick1, Daniela C.A. Pigosso1, Kim Bang Salling2, Tim C. McAloone1

1: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2: Novo Nordisk A/S, Denmark



Forecasting the Number of End-of-Life Vehicles: State of the Art Report

Hanbing Xia, Ji Han, Jelena Milisavljevic-Syed

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom



Detection of Cause-Effect Relationships in Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment Based on an Engineering Graph

Gregor M. Schweitzer1, Simon Mörsdorf2, Michael Bitzer1, Michael Vielhaber2

1: Fresenius Medical Care, Germany; 2: Saarland University, Germany



Closing the Loop Valorization of Industrial Waste of Composite Materials through Re-Design of Products from Detached Value Chains

Federica Cappelletti, Marta Rossi, Michele Germani

Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy



Approach to Sustainability-Based Assessment of Solution Alternatives in Early Stages of Product Engineering

Iris Gräßler, Philipp Hesse

Paderborn University, Germany

D314: Systems engineering processes
Location: Virtual Room 4
Chair: Beate Bender, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
 

Responsibility Assignment in Systems Engineering

Iris Gräßler, Henrik Thiele, Benedikt Grewe, Michael Hieb

Paderborn University, Germany



Towards a Model-Based Systems Engineering Approach for Robotic Manufacturing Process Modelling with Automatic FMEA Generation

Aleksandrs Korsunovs1, Aleksandr Doikin1, Felician Campean1, Sohag Kabir1, Eduardo Munive Hernandez1, Darren Taggart2, Sophie Parker2, Gavin Mills2

1: University of Bradford, United Kingdom; 2: Arrival Ltd, United Kingdom



Avoid Service Design Trap by Guiding Product/Service System Design with Product-Service Dependency Knowledge Base

Tomohiko Sakao, Abhijna Neramballi, Johannes Matschewsky

Linköping University, Sweden



Fault-Tolerant Function Development for Mechatronic Systems

Ralf Stetter1, Udo Pulm2

1: University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten, Germany; 2: University of Applied Sciences Hamburg, Germany



Towards a Contemporary Design Framework for Systems-of-Systems Resilience

Kaya M. Dreesbeimdiek, Carl-Magnus von Behr, Carol Brayne, P. John Clarkson

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

D315: Engineering design case studies
Location: Virtual Room 5
Chair: Asko Uolevi Ellman, Tampere University, Finland
 

Main Characteristics of Adaptive Façades

Michael P. Voigt, Daniel Roth, Matthias Kreimeyer

University of Stuttgart, Germany



Design of an Autonomous Trash-Picking Service Robot Focussed on Human-Robot Interaction

Anand Vazhapilli Sureshbabu, Nuno Miguel Martins Pacheco, Laura Isabel Duran Noy, Markus Zimmermann

Technical University of Munich, Germany



Designing a Conversation Support Tool for Quiet Environments by Focusing on the Characteristics of Ultrasonic Waves

Natsumi Hayashi, Yuma Matsumoto, Shigeru Wesugi

Waseda University, Japan



Design Rules for Laser Beam Melted Particle Dampers

Tobias Ehlers, Roland Lachmayer

Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany



Strength Analysis of Structurally Optimized Aluminium-Composite Tubular Lap Joints

Michael Jäger, Sandro Wartzack

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

D316: User-centred design
Location: Virtual Room 6
Chair: Philip Farrugia, University of Malta, Malta
 

Understanding Working Scenarios of Urban Air Mobility

Priyabrata Rautray1, Deepak John Mathew1, Boris Eisenbart2, Jo Kuys2

1: Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India; 2: Swinburne University of Technology, Australia



Enhancing the Quality of User Research Using Embedded IoT Sensors for Collecting Life Information

Tomoyuki Tanaka, Yuki Taoka, Shigeki Saito

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan



Human Geometries as Key Starting Point in Sports Performance – Designing Equipment for Individual Performance in Paralympic Sit-Ski

Ole S. Nesheim, Dag Håkon Bentengen, Sindre Wold Eikevåg, Martin Steinert

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Factors Influencing the Exterior Design of Autonomous Passenger Drones: Literature Review

Ketan Madan Chaturmutha, Deepak John Mathew

Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India



Expanded Phase Model for Transformable Design in Defining Its Usage Scenarios for Merits and Demerits

Haebin Lee1, Muhammad Tufail2, KwanMyung Kim1

1: Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea; 2: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

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D3-B1
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D321: Automated design optimisation frameworks
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Markus Zimmermann, Technical University of Munich, Germany
 

Procedure to Create an Automated Design Environment for Functional Assemblies

Altun Osman, Yinanc Kutay, Iryna Mozgova, Roland Lachmayer

Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany



Closed-Loop Engineering Approach for Data-Driven Product Planning

Thomas Dickopf, Christo Apostolov

CONTACT Software GmbH, Germany



Autofix – Automated Design of Fixtures

Sanjay Nambiar1, Albin Parappilly Albert1, Veeravenkatamanikanta Virupaksh Raja Chowdary Rimmalapudi1, Vinayak Acharya1, Mehdi Tarkian1, Henrik Kihlman2

1: Linköping University, Sweden; 2: Prodtex AB, Sweden



Through-Lifecycle Whole-Design Optimisation Using Software Deployment Toolchains

James Gopsill1,2, Ben Hicks1

1: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 2: Centre for Modelling & Simulation, United Kingdom



Robust Design Optimization of Mechatronics Systems: Parallel Electric Drivetrain Application

Albert Rosich, Carlos López, Prakash Dewangan, Gabriel Abedrabbo

Flanders Make, Belgium

D322: Distributed collaboration
Location: Virtual Room 2
Chair: Laura Hay, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
 

Challenges and Opportunities in Remote Prototyping: A Case-Study during COVID-19

Nuno Miguel Martins Pacheco1, Anand Vazhapilli Sureshbabu1, Elena Dieckmann2, Maria Apud Bell2, Stephen Green2, Peter Childs2, Markus Zimmermann1

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Imperial College London, United Kingdom



Design Reviews in Immersive and Non-Immersive Collaborative Virtual Environments: Comparing Verbal Communication Structures

Nikola Horvat, Marko Brnčić, Marija Majda Perišić, Tomislav Martinec, Nenad Bojčetić, Stanko Škec

University of Zagreb, Croatia



Testing Typical Challenges Affecting Idea Sharing in Distributed Design Teams Today

Elies Ann Dekoninck, Charlotte Brenninkmeijer

University of Bath, United Kingdom



Proposal of a Conceptual Framework for Collaborative Design of Immersive Professional Training: Application to the Textile Industry

Isaline Bisson1,2, Morad Mahdjoub1, Mohsen Zare1, Jean-Bernard Bluntzer1, Jean-Claude Sagot1, Frédéric Goutaudier2, Franck Ravier2

1: UTBM-University of Bourgogne Franche-Comte, France; 2: Stäubli, France



Enabling Distributed Teams – A Process Model for Early and Continuous Method Validation

Katharina Duehr1, Jana Grimminger2, Simon Rapp1, Albert Albers1, Nikola Bursac2

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG, Germany

D323: Circular economy: Design for longevity
Location: Virtual Room 3
Chair: Sophie Hallstedt, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
 

Designing Long-Lasting Products: Barriers for Design Consultancies

Andreas Fenger Bendixen, Carina Nørtoft Jensen, Frederik Schmidt, Linda Nhu Laursen

Aalborg University, Denmark



Slow Fashion Accompanies Digital Towards a Sustainable Future: From Quantity to Quality. Reflections on the New Paradigm of Sustainable Fashion

Elena Pucci, Margherita Tufarelli, Leonardo Giliberti

University of Florence, Italy



Products that Age with Us: Carpet in the Turkish Household

Rengin Gurel1,2, Ozge Merzali Celikoglu1

1: Istanbul Technical University, Turkey; 2: Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakıf University, Turkey



Parameters Proposed for Sustainability Assessment of Biocomposite Based Rigid Packaging

Vishal Srivastava, Sumer Singh, Dipayan Das

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India



Proposal of a Dual Circularity Concept for Sustainable Design

Julija Metic1, Svenja Klose2, Tim C. McAloone1, Magnus Fröhling2, Daniela C. A. Pigosso1

1: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2: Technical University of Munich, Germany

D324: Model-based systems engineering
Location: Virtual Room 4
Chair: Felician Campean, University of Bradford, United Kingdom
 

Capturing the Design Rationale in Model-Based Systems Engineering of Geo-Stations

Andreas Zech1, Ralf Stetter2, Stephan Rudolph3, Markus Till2

1: EKS InTec GmbH, Germany; 2: University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten, Germany; 3: University of Stuttgart, Germany



Integrating Model-Based Design of Mechatronic Systems with Domain-Specific Design Approaches

Stephan Husung, Christian Weber, Atif Mahboob

Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany



Survey of Model-Based Design Reviews: Practices & Challenges?

Romain Pinquié, Victor Romero, Frédéric Noel

Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, France



Model-Based Effect-Chain Analysis for Complex Systems

Iris Gräßler, Dominik Wiechel, Anna-Sophie Koch, Daniel Preuß, Christian Oleff

Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Paderborn University, Germany



Towards Integrated Safety Analysis as Part of Traceable Model-Based Systems Engineering

Martin Leo Valdivia Dabringer, Anton Dybov, Carina Fresemann, Rainer Stark

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

D325: Design for product families
Location: Virtual Room 5
Chair: Ola Isaksson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
 

Methodical Support for the New Development of Cyber-Physical Product Families

Jan Küchenhof, Markus Christian Berschik, Emil Heyden, Dieter Krause

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



Method for Function-Based Identification of Potential AM Components in Conventional Product Architectures

Veronica Rocio Molina, Luis Reyes Rey, Sebastian Werner, Dietmar Göhlich

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany



Methodology for Early Design Phase Cost and Performance Trade-Off Analysis of a New Variant in a Product Family

Michel Schaffers, Eveline Rosseel, Sofie Burggraeve, Joren Pelfrene, Klaas Gadeyne, Frederik Petré

Flanders Make, Belgium



Cost Optimization of Product Families Using Solution Spaces: Application to Early-Stage Electric Vehicle Design

Sebastian Rötzer1, Vincent Berger2, Markus Zimmermann1

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: DeepDrive GmbH, Germany



Methodical Approach for the Model-Based Development of Aircraft Cabin Product Families Under Consideration of Lightweight and Cost-Based Design

Michael Hanna, Johann Schwenke, Lukas Schwan, Dieter Krause

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany

D326: Prototyping tools
Location: Virtual Room 6
Chair: Niccolò Becattini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 

Pro2Booth: Towards an Improved Tool for Capturing Prototypes and the Prototyping Process

Lorenzo Giunta, James Gopsill, Lee Kent, Mark Goudswaard, Chris Snider, Ben Hicks

University of Bristol, United Kingdom



Proto-Arch: Guidance Tool for Prototyping of Mechanical Systems at the Embodiment Design Phase

Felipe Gutiérrez Morales1, Gilberto Osorio Gómez1, Jorge Córdoba Morales2

1: EAFIT University, Colombia; 2: EIA University, Colombia



Prototyping in Smart Product Design: Investigating Prototyping Tools to Support Communication of Interactive and Environmental Qualities

Jing Wang, Charlie Ranscombe, Boris Eisenbart

Swinburne University of Technology, Australia



The Interplay of Subjective Quality Evaluation, Prototyping Technologies and the User's Technology Acceptance

Tina Buker1, Felix Endress1,2, Jörg Miehling1, Sandro Wartzack1

1: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; 2: TUM School of Engineering and Design, Technical University of Munich, Germany



Exploring the Benefits of Remanufacture during Product Prototyping: A Cost and Time Based Analysis

Ricardo M. Real, Chris Snider, Ben Hicks

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

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D3-B2
3:15pm
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D3-P: PLENARY SESSION
Location: Virtual Stage
Chair: Julie Stal-Le Cardinal, CentraleSupélec, France

TOWARD AI-HUMAN HYBRID LEARNING

Jonathan Cagan, George Tallman and Florence Barrett Ladd Professor in Mechanical Engineering

Carnegie Mellon University, US

4:00pm
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D3-B3
4:15pm
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5:30pm
D331: Application of machine learning methods
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Marija Majda Perisic, University of Zagreb, Croatia
 

A Reinforcement Learning Approach to Predicting Human Design Actions Using a Data-Driven Reward Formulation

Molla Hafizur Rahman1, Alparslan Emrah Bayrak2, Zhenghui Sha3

1: University of Arkansas, United States of America; 2: Stevens Institute of Technology, United States of America; 3: The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America



A New Projection Based Method for the Classification of Mechanical Components Using Convolutional Neural Networks

Sebastian Bickel, Benjamin Schleich, Sandro Wartzack

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany



Assessing Machine Learnability of Image and Graph Representations for Drone Performance Prediction

Binyang Song1, Christopher McComb2, Faez Ahmed1

1: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America; 2: Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America



Estimation of Composite Laminate Ply Angles Using an Inverse Bayesian Approach Based on Surrogate Models

Michael Franz1, Simon Pfingstl2, Markus Zimmermann2, Sandro Wartzack1

1: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; 2: Technical University of Munich, Germany



On Diverse System-Level Design Using Manifold Learning and Partial Simulated Annealing

Adam Cobb, Anirban Roy, Daniel Elenius, Kaushik Koneripalli, Susmit Jha

SRI International, United States of America

D332: Agile management approaches
Location: Virtual Room 2
Chair: Kristin Paetzold, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
 

Analysing Paradigms for Managing Product Development: Conventional, Agile and Hybrid Approaches

Lisa Rößler, Kilian Gericke

University of Rostock, Germany



Guidance on Application of Agile in Combined Hardware and Software Development Projects

Jake Drutchas, Steven Eppinger

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America



Introducing Agility into the Processes of Manufacturing Companies: A Method for Evaluating Success, Support and Applicability

Jonas Heimicke, Christiane Czech, Moritz Schoeck, Johannes Mueller, Simon Rapp, Albert Albers

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Design by Prototyping: Increasing Agility in Mechatronic Product Design through Prototyping Sprints

Camilla Arndt Hansen, Ryan Arlitt, Tobias Eifler, Michael Deininger

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



New Holistic Approach Towards a Technology-Driven Development-Model in Automotive

Florian Reichelt1, Daniel Blank2, Daniel Holder1, Thomas Maier1

1: University of Stuttgart, Germany; 2: Scania CV AB, Sweden

D333: Sustainability transition
Location: Virtual Room 3
Chair: Tim C. McAloone, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
 

Designing Innovation – The Role of Engineering Design to Realise Sustainability Challenges

Ola Isaksson1, Claudia M. Eckert2

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: The Open University, United Kingdom



Relational Design

Brita Fladvad Nielsen, Mari Bjerck

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Modeling Social Benefits in System Design Optimization of Integrated Natural Resources Conservation and Development (INRCD) Projects: Identification and Quantification of Design Attributes from Extant Literature

Pauline Rajski, Anabel J. Sicko, Panos Y. Papalambros

University of Michigan, United States of America



Designers as Change Agents: Perceived Roles in Advancing Sustainability in Organizations on Different Design Utilization Levels

Floris van der Marel, Tua Björklund

Aalto University, Finland



To What Extent is Circular Product Design Supporting Carbon Reduction Strategies? An Analysis of Nordic Manufacturing Firms within the Science-Based Targets Initiative

Thayla Zomer, Tim C. McAloone, Daniela C. A. Pigosso

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

D334: Industrial case studies
Location: Virtual Room 4
Chair: Oscar Gabriel Nespoli, University of Waterloo, Canada
 

Design Automation Systems for the Product Development Process: Reflections from Five Industrial Case Studies

Olle Vidner, Camilla Wehlin, Anton Wiberg

Linköping University, Sweden



Transformation Towards Product-Service Systems at the Example of the Wood-Processing Industry

Anja Cudok1, Thorsten Lutz2, Thomas Vietor1

1: Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany; 2: Michael Weinig AG, Germany



Towards Sustainable Manufacturing with Industry 4.0: A Framework for the Textile Industry

Paulius Stulga1, Robert Ian Whitfield1, Jaki Love2, Dorothy Evans1

1: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom; 2: UK Fashion & Textile Association, United Kingdom



Starting and Scaling a Set-Based Design Method for a Maritime System of Systems: Designing a Modern Warship

Jonathan Edward Page1, Christopher J Higgins1, Warren Paul Seering2

1: United States Navy, United States of America; 2: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America



Conceptual Design in Metalworking Microenterprises: An Empirical Study in Tanzania

Eliab Opiyo1, Santosh Jagtap2, Sonal Keshwani3

1: St. Joseph University in Tanzania, Tanzania; 2: Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden; 3: Dayananda Sagar University, India

D335: Modularisation strategies and examples
Location: Virtual Room 5
Chair: Iryna Mozgova, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
 

Coping Asynchronous Modular Product Design by Modelling a Systems-in-System

Marc Zuefle1,2, Sabine Muschik2, Nikola Bursac2, Dieter Krause1

1: Hamburg University of Technology, Germany; 2: TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG, Germany



Modularisation Metrics – Contrasting Industrial Practice and State-of-Research

Dan Lennartsson, Dag Raudberget, Kurt Sandkuhl, Ulf Seigerroth

Jönköping University, Sweden



Modularizing Maintenance for Improved Production Impact Clarification

Julie Krogh Agergaard, Kristoffer Vandrup Sigsgaard, Niels Henrik Mortensen, Jingrui Ge, Kasper Barslund Hansen

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



Validation as a New Evaluation Method of Modular Design Focused on the Prosumer

Laura Asión-Suñer, Ignacio López-Forniés

Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain



Towards an Optimised Value Creation Network for Modular Investment Goods

Tobias Seidenberg1, Jan-Philipp Disselkamp1, Elena Schräder2, Harald Anacker1

1: Fraunhofer IEM, Germany; 2: Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

 
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D3-S: SOCIAL GATHERING
Location: Social Event Room
Date: Thursday, 26/May/2022
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D4-O: PRE-SESSION GET-TOGETHER
Location: Virtual Stage

Introduction to Conference Day

Sandro Wartzack, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (DE), DESIGN 2022 Programme Chair

12:15pm
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D411: Design digitalisation approaches
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Marco Bertoni, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
 

Machine Learning Based Simulation for Design Space Exploration

Oliver Bleisinger1, Christian Malek1, Stefan Holbach2

1: Fraunhofer IESE, Germany; 2: BorgWarner Turbo Systems Engineering GmbH, Germany



Does CAD Smell Like Code? A Mapping between Violation of Object Oriented Programming Design Principles and Computer Aided Design Modelling

Peter Rosso1, James Gopsill1,2, Stuart C. Burgess1, Ben Hicks1

1: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 2: Centre for Modelling & Simulation, United Kingdom



Development Method for Enabling the Utilisation of a Sensory Function in a Central Component Based on Its Physical Properties

Benjamin Kraus, Jakob Valentin Schwind, Eckhard Kirchner

Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany



Enabling Initial Design-Checks of Parametric Designs Using Digital Engineering Methods

Benjamin Gerschütz, Sebastian Bickel, Benjamin Schleich, Sandro Wartzack

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany



Collaborative Modeling of Use Case & Damage Scenarios in Online Workshops Using a 3D Environment

Sergej Japs1, Sebastian Schmidt1, Frank Kargl2, Lydia Kaiser3, Aschot Kharatyan1, Roman Dumitrescu4

1: Fraunhofer IEM, Germany; 2: Ulm University, Germany; 3: Technische Universität Berlin, Germany; 4: Paderborn University, Germany

D412: Design for additive manufacturing I
Location: Virtual Room 2
Chair: Tino Stanković, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
 

Deformation Taxonomy of Additively Manufactured Lattice Structures

Alan Air1,2, Andrew Wodehouse1

1: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom; 2: National Manufacturing Institute of Scotland, United Kingdom



Influences and Effects on Scaling the Pressure Stiffness of Additively Manufactured Meso Structures

Fiona Schulte, Lisa Sauerzapf, Eckhard Kirchner

Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany



Surface Roughness and Design for Additive Manufacturing: A Design Artefact Investigation

Didunoluwa Obilanade1, Peter Törlind1, Christo Dordlofva1,2

1: Luleå University of Technology, Sweden; 2: GKN Aerospace Engine Systems, Sweden



Compounding Composites from Raw Materials with Extrusion Directly on 3D Printer

Oscar Rundbäck Martinsson, Axel Nordin, Jože Tavčar

Lund University, Sweden



Proposal for Load Adaptive Design of Microlattice Structures Suitable for PBF-LB/M Manufacturing

Alexander Seidler1, Stefan Holtzhausen1, Hannes Korn2, Peter Koch1, Kristin Paetzold1, Bernhard Müller2

1: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; 2: Fraunhofer IWU Dresden, Germany

D413: Product-service systems
Location: Virtual Room 3
Chair: Jeremy Faludi, TU Delft, Netherlands, The
 

Designing Industrial Product-Service System (PSS) Pilot Projects in Manufacturing Companies: A Proposed Process for Product and Customer Selection

David Sarancic, Daniela C. A. Pigosso, Tim C. McAloone

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



Designing PSS Fleets – Consideration of the Product Architecture

Christoph Rennpferdt1, Jannik Alexander Schneider2, Roland Lachmayer2, Dieter Krause1

1: Hamburg University of Technology, Germany; 2: Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany



PSS Value Transformation: From Mass-Manufactured Vehicles to Provision of Mass-Customized Services – A Case Study of Designing and Prototyping Customized Digital Services for SAIC Motor in China

Zhang Yan1,2, Tobias Larsson1, Andreas Larsson1

1: Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden; 2: BIGmind Innovation, China



A Product-Service System for Safety Footwear

Debbie J. Janson, Stephen T. Newman, Vimal Dhokia

University of Bath, United Kingdom



From Supply Chain Stakeholder to Service Customer: An Engineering Framework for Vehicle-Based Services

Clemens Pizzinini, Jakob Bercher, Markus Lienkamp

Technical University of Munich, Germany

D414: Knowledge-based design
Location: Virtual Room 4
Chair: Nenad Bojčetić, University of Zagreb, Croatia
 

Implications of Creating Solution Concepts Based on the Use of References

Michael Schlegel, Felix Pfaff, Simon Rapp, Albert Albers

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Feasibility Evaluation of Milling Designs Using Multi-Agent Systems

Stefan Plappert, Christian Becker, Paul Christoph Gembarski, Roland Lachmayer

Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany



Knowledge Reuse during New Product Development: A Study of a Swedish Manufacturer

Dag Raudberget, Paraskeva Wlazlak

Jönköping University, Sweden



Knowledge Documentation Based on Automatic Identification and Clustering of Change Intentions in CAD Data of Wiring Harnesses

Kevin Eder1,2, Wolfgang Herzog1, Moritz Magnus Altner1,3, Onur Tas1, Jonas Neckenich1, Kristin Paetzold2

1: Mercedes-Benz AG, Germany; 2: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; 3: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Identifying Factors Influencing the Design of a Suitable Knowledge Base in Product Engineering Projects

Christoph Kempf, Felix Sanke, Jonas Heimicke, Simon Rapp, Albert Albers

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

D415: Analysing and teaching skills/competencies
Location: Virtual Room 5
Chair: Elies Ann Dekoninck, University of Bath, United Kingdom
 

Stories of Design Education: An Analysis of Practices and Competencies

Shravya Thandlam Sudhindra, Yuejun He, Lucienne Blessing, Sumbul Ahmad Khan

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore



Life Cycle Assessment in an Ecodesign Process: A Pedagogical Case Study

Selma Leonardi1, Catherine Perpignan1,2, Benoit Eynard1, Yacine Baouch1, Vincent Robin2

1: Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France; 2: University of Bordeaux, France



Storyboards as an Engineering Tool for Extraction of Functional Requirements

Vanja Čok, Daria Vlah, Nikola Vukašinović

University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovenia



Best Practices of Team-Building Activities in a Project-Based Learning Class 'Design Project' in a Japanese Graduate School

Mayu Akaki1,2, Makoto Ioki1, Keita Mitomi1,2, Takashi Maeno1

1: Keio University, Japan; 2: Tsukuru to Ugoku Design Co., Ltd., Japan



Assessing Rigid and Non-Rigid Spatial Thinking

Khushbu Maheshwary1, Boris Eisenbart2, Stefan Zorn3, Thomas Nelius4, Kilian Gericke3, Sven Matthiesen4, Lucienne Blessing1

1: Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore; 2: Swinburne University of Technology, Australia; 3: University of Rostock, Germany; 4: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

D416: Semantics and perception in industrial design
Location: Virtual Room 6
Chair: Akane Matsumae, Kyushu University, Japan
 

Old and Appreciated: Exploring the Influence of Material Ageing on the Aesthetic Appreciation of Everyday Products

Charlie Ranscombe1, Janneke Blijlevens2, Clementine Thurgood1

1: Swinburne University of Technology, Australia; 2: RMIT University, Australia



From the Definition of Colours Attributes to Build a Semantic Space: Application to a Sport-Health Dialogical Context of Use

Antoine Millet, Audrey Abi Akle, Jérémy Legardeur

ESTIA Institute of Technology, France



Biomaterials in Everyday Design: Understanding Perceptions of Designers and Non-Designers

Nurul 'Ayn Ahmad Sayuti1,2, Bjorn Sommer2, Saeema Ahmed-Kristensen3

1: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia; 2: Royal College of Art, United Kingdom; 3: University of Exeter Business School, United Kingdom



How Do Semantic Clues Affect People's Perceptions of Products with Multiple Meanings

Yulan Zhong, Ryuta Takawaki, Etsuko T. Harada

University of Tsukuba, Japan



Improving Mixed-Reality Prototyping through a Classification and Characterisation of Fidelity

Chris Cox, Ben Hicks, James Gopsill

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

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D4-B1
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D4-P: PLENARY SESSION
Location: Virtual Stage
Chair: Sandro Wartzack, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

WHICH WAY I OUGHT TO GO?

Zrinka Čorak, Dr., Vicepresident

INETEC, Croatia

 

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D421: Requirements and challenges in developing complex systems
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Steven Eppinger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America
 

Automated Requirement Dependency Analysis for Complex Technical Systems

Iris Gräßler, Christian Oleff, Michael Hieb, Daniel Preuß

Paderborn University, Germany



Harnessing the Complexity for Vehicle System Design at the Concept Design Phase of an Aircraft

Adelia Darlene Drego

Saab AB, Sweden



Requirements Trade-Off Considerations in Design Evolution

Georges Fadel1, Chuck Kirschman2, David Gorsich3, Nafiseh Masoudi1

1: Clemson University, United States of America; 2: Bentley Systems, United States of America; 3: U.S. Army Ground Vehicle Systems Center, United States of America



Issues in Capturing and Utilizing Non-Functional Requirements along the Road to Servitization

Carl Nils Konrad Toller, Christian Johansson, Marco Bertoni

Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden



Inquiry and Analysis of Challenges in the Development of Smart Product-Service Systems

Yevgeni Paliyenko, Gregory-Jamie Tüzün, Daniel Roth, Matthias Kreimeyer

University of Stuttgart, Germany

D422: Design for additive manufacturing II
Location: Virtual Room 2
Chair: Serena Graziosi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 

The Role of Digital Infrastructure for the Industrialisation of Design for Additive Manufacturing

Adam Mallalieu, Tina Hajali, Ola Isaksson, Massimo Panarotto

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



A Framework to Collect and Reuse Engineering Knowledge in the Context of Design for Additive Manufacturing

Giovanni Formentini1, Claudio Favi1, Marco Mandolini2, Michele Germani2

1: University of Parma, Italy; 2: Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy



Computational Design of an Additively Manufactured Origami-Based Hand Orthosis

Melanie Oliveira Barros, Andreas Walker, Tino Stanković

ETH Zurich, Switzerland



Data-Driven Design Support for Additively Manufactured Heating Elements

Karl Hilbig, Maximilian Nowka, Julian Redeker, Hagen Watschke, Vincent Friesen, Anna Duden, Thomas Vietor

Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany



Density-Based Topology Optimization for a Defined External State of Stress in Individualized Endoprosthesis

Patrik Müller, Paul Christoph Gembarski, Roland Lachmayer

Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany

D423: Sustainability awareness
Location: Virtual Room 3
Chair: Daniela C. A. Pigosso, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
 

Advantages of 3D Printing for Circular Economy and Its Influence on Designers

Youzhi Chen

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Design of an Intrinsically Motivating AR Experience for Environmental Awareness

Sara Porro, Elena Spadoni, Monica Bordegoni, Marina Carulli

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Challenges and Opportunities for Enabling Mutual Learning and Collaboration in Design and Innovation for Sustainable Development in Africa and Beyond

Susanne Nilsson1, Bernard Shibwabo Kasamani2, Julia Hede Mortensen1, Dunja Stevanovic3, Michelle Wanyang2, Margareta Norell Bergendahl1, Panos Y. Papalambros4

1: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; 2: Strathmore University, Kenya; 3: Botho University, Botswana; 4: University of Michigan, United States of America



Designing Long-Lasting Interior Products: Emotional Attachment, Product Positioning and Uniqueness

Maria Haugaard Andersen, Henriette Wallentin Hansen, Linda Nhu Laursen

Aalborg University, Denmark



Evolving the "How Might We?" Tool to Include Planetary Boundaries

Matteo Vignoli1,2, Sara Roversi2, Chhavi Jatwani2, Margherita Tiriduzzi2, Costanza Finocckì1

1: Università di Bologna, Italy; 2: Future Food Institute, Italy

D424: Knowledge-based applications
Location: Virtual Room 4
Chair: Ben Hicks, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
 

Application of Expert Systems for Personalizing Financial Decisions

Sara Shafiee1, Kourosh Marjani Rasmussen1, Eike Schäffer2, Mattias Marr Nielsen1

1: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany



Prototyping through the Lens of Network Analysis and Visualisation

Lee Kent, James Gopsill, Lorenzo Giunta, Mark Goudswaard, Chris Snider, Ben Hicks

University of Bristol, United Kingdom



Data Networking for Industrial Data Analysis Based on a Data Backbone System

Andreas Eiden1, Thomas Eickhoff1, Jens Christian Göbel1, Christo Apostolov2, Philipp Savarino2, Thomas Dickopf2

1: Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany; 2: CONTACT Software GmbH, Germany



The Value of Information in Clustering Dense Matrices: When and How to Make Use of Information

Felix Endress1,2, Timoleon Kipouros1, Tina Buker3, Sandro Wartzack3, P. John Clarkson1

1: Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: TUM School of Engineering and Design, Technical University of Munich, Germany; 3: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany



From a Monolithic PLM Landscape to a Federated Domain and Data Mesh

Yousef Hooshmand1, Jens Resch1, Patrick Wischnewski2, Prashant Patil3

1: Mercedes-Benz AG, Germany; 2: PROSTEP AG, Germany; 3: HCL Technologies Germany GmbH, Germany

D425: Adaptation of education to pandemic and other challenges
Location: Virtual Room 5
Chair: Josef Oehmen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
 

Project-Based Learning in Disaster Response: Designing Solutions with Sociotechnical Complexity

Vivek Rao1, Rachel Dzombak2, Deniz Dogruer1, Alice Agogino1

1: University of California, Berkeley, United States of America; 2: Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America



Educational Probe for Developing Online Education: A Case of Online Problem-Based Learning in Design Education in India

Yasuyuki Hayama1, Harshit Desai2

1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: MIT Art, Design and Technology University, India



Adaptive E-Learning for the Engineering Design Education at Ruhr-University Bochum

Frederike Kossack, Daniela Kattwinkel, Beate Bender

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany



Overcoming Pedagogical Challenges in Product Design Education during the Pandemic

Urvi Thakker, Shamit Shrivastav

Atlas Skilltech University, ISDI School of Design and Innovation, India



Creating a Multidisciplinary Collaboration Service-Learning Experience in Design Education

Sacha Joseph-Mathews1, Marie Anna Lee1, Nicole Kreidler2

1: University of the Pacific, United States of America; 2: Western Virginia University, United States of America

D426: Model-based ergonomics
Location: Virtual Room 6
Chair: Gaetano Cascini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 

Computer Aided Ergonomics: Evaluation Study of a Interaction Model for Digital Human Models

Alexander Wolf, Konrad Fackler, Magnus Reulbach, Sandro Wartzack, Jörg Miehling

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany



Synthesising Computational Design Methods for a Human-Centred Design Framework

Lewis Urquhart1, Andrew Wodehouse1, Brian Loudon2

1: University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom; 2: Loud1Design, United Kingdom



Pure Vision-Based Motion Tracking for Data-Driven Design – A Simple, Flexible, and Cost-Effective Approach for Capturing Static and Dynamic Interactions

Sondre Haukås Johnston, Martin Francis Berg, Sindre Wold Eikevåg, Daniel Nygård Ege, Sampsa Kohtala, Martin Steinert

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Challenges for the Consideration of Ergonomics in Product Development in the Swedish Automotive Industry – An Interview Study

Estela Perez Luque, Erik Brolin, Dan Högberg, Maurice Lamb

University of Skövde, Sweden



A Musculoskeletal Human Model-Based Approach for Evaluating Support Concepts of Exoskeletons for Selected Use Cases

Carla Molz1, Zhejun Yao2, Johannes Sänger3, Thomas Gwosch3, Robert Weidner2,4, Sven Matthiesen3, Sandro Wartzack1, Jörg Miehling1

1: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; 2: Helmut Schmidt University, Germany; 3: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 4: University of Innsbruck, Austria

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D431: Autonomous vehicles and electromobility
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Warren P. Seering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America
 

Design of (Semi-)Autonomous Vehicles: Perceptions of the People in Sweden

Linus Rosenholm, Prashant Goswami, Santosh Jagtap

Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden



Impact of Autonomous Solutions on Electric Earthmoving Design Using Machine Learning: Case Study

Anthony Abdelmassih, Rafic Faddoul, Fadi Geara

Ecole Superieur d’Ingenieurs de Beyrouth (ESIB), USJ, Beirut, Lebanon



Exploiting 3D Variational Autoencoders for Interactive Vehicle Design

Sneha Saha1, Leandro L. Minku2, Xin Yao2,3, Bernhard Sendhoff1, Stefan Menzel1

1: Honda Research Institute Europe GmbH, Germany; 2: University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; 3: Southern University of Science and Technology, China



Supporting the Transition Towards Electromobility in the Construction and Mining Sector: Optimization Framework and Demonstration on an Electrical Hauler

Raj Jiten Machchhar, Alessandro Bertoni

Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden

D432: Design for additive manufacturing III
Location: Virtual Room 2
Chair: Georges Fadel, Clemson University, United States of America
 

Function Integration through Design for Hybrid Integrating Additive Manufacturing Technologies

Kay-Eric Werner Heinz Steffan, Michel Fett, Eckhard Kirchner

Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany



Cost Sensitivity Analysis for Laser Powder Bed Fusion

Marco Mandolini1, Mikhailo Sartini1, Claudio Favi2, Michele Germani1

1: Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy; 2: University of Parma, Italy



Knowledge-Based Assistance System for Part Preparation in Additive Repair by Laser Powder Bed Fusion

Nicola Viktoria Ganter, Lukas Valentin Hoppe, Jan Dünte, Paul Christoph Gembarski, Roland Lachmayer

Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany



Rethinking System Boundaries for Better Utilisation of Additive Manufacturing Potentials – A Case Study

Pascal Felix Schmitt, Lukas Schnödewind, Kilian Gericke

University of Rostock, Germany



Additive Manufacturing Conformity – A Practical View

Gregory-Jamie Tüzün, Daniel Roth, Matthias Kreimeyer

University of Stuttgart, Germany

D433: System design tools
Location: Virtual Room 3
Chair: Clement Fortin, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russian Federation
 

Systems Design using Solution-Compensation Spaces with Built-in Tolerance Applied to Powertrain Integration

Julian Stumpf1,2, José Gabriel Cóndor López1,3, Thomas Naumann1, Markus Zimmermann2

1: Mercedes-Benz AG, Germany; 2: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 3: Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany



A Modelling Method for Describing and Facilitating the Reuse of SysML Models during Design Process

Atif Mahboob, Stephan Husung

Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany



Modeling of an Interface between System Models and FEM Models for the Support of Model-Based Development in Modular Lightweight Design for Aircraft Cabins

Lukas Schwan, Michael Hanna, Johann Schwenke, Dieter Krause

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



The Use of Function Modelling Methods in Industry: Insights from a Large Scale Study with an Automotive OEM

Unal Yildirim1,2, Felician Campean2, Amad Uddin2,3

1: Hubei University of Automotive Technology, China; 2: University of Bradford, United Kingdom; 3: Jaguar Land Rover, United Kingdom



A Systems Thinking Approach to Data-Driven Product Development

Tommy Langen, Kristin Falk, Mo Mansouri

University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway

D434: Exploring technical and customer data for improved products
Location: Virtual Room 4
Chair: Francesca Montagna, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
 

Knowledge Annotation Within Research Data Management System for Oxygen-Free Production Technologies

Iryna Mozgova1, Osman Altun1, Tatyana Sheveleva2, Andre Castro2, Pooya Oladazimi2, Oliver Koepler2, Roland Lachmayer1, Sören Auer2

1: Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany; 2: Leibniz Information Centre of Science and Technology University Library, Germany



Patent Data for Engineering Design: A Review

Shuo Jiang1, Serhad Sarica2, Binyang Song3, Jie Hu1, Jianxi Luo4

1: Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China; 2: Institute of High Performance Computing, A*STAR, Singapore; 3: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America; 4: Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore



Patent-KG: Patent Knowledge Graph Extraction for Engineering Design

Haoyu Zuo, Yuan Yin, Peter Childs

Imperial College London, United Kingdom



Information Retrieval and Survey Design for Two-Stage Customer Preference Modeling

Yinshuang Xiao1, Yaxin Cui2, Nikita Raut3, Jonathan Haris Januar4, Johan Koskinen4, Noshir Contractor2, Wei Chen2, Zhenghui Sha1

1: The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 2: Northwestern University, United States of America; 3: Amazon, United States of America; 4: The University of Melbourne, Australia



Planning the Analysis of Use Phase Data in Product Planning

Maurice Meyer1, Ingrid Wiederkehr1, Christian Koldewey1, Roman Dumitrescu1,2

1: Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Paderborn University, Germany; 2: Fraunhofer IEM, Germany

D435: New trends in design education
Location: Virtual Room 5
Chair: Robert Ian Whitfield, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
 

Testing in Engineering Design: What are We Teaching

Apurva Rajesh Patel1, Alexander Murphy1, Joshua D. Summers1, Khadija Tahera2

1: The University of Texas at Dallas, United States of America; 2: The Open University, United Kingdom



Improved Approach to Implementing Design Education for Additive Manufacturing Using a RC Model Race Car

Stefan Junk

Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany



Emerging Material Research Trends: Fostering Critical Material Research in Design Students

Flavia Papile, Lia Sossini, Andrea Marinelli, Barbara Del Curto

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



The Gap in Design Creativity Education between China and Developed Countries

Zhengya Gong1, Sohail Ahmed Soomro1,2, Vijayakumar Nanjappan1, Georgi V. Georgiev1

1: Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu, Finland; 2: Sukkur IBA University, Pakistan



A Writing Typology for Designers

Madison Sabatelli

The Ohio State University, United States of America

D436: Industrial design cases
Location: Virtual Room 6
Chair: Mario Štorga, University of Zagreb, Croatia
 

The Contribution of Design Discipline in Business Decisions through Design-Oriented Production Diversification: A Case Study in Italian Furniture Sector

Eva Vanessa Bruno, Beatrice Lerma

Politecnico di Torino, Italy



The Intergenerational Co-Design of Glasgow COP26 Souvenirs

Paul Anthony Rodgers, Kieren Egan, Alix McDonald, Gemma Gilliland

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom



Exploratory Analysis of Adaptively Morphing Handle Forms for Load Transfer Use Cases

Jonathan Max Kiessling1, Karl Hilbig2, Johanna Dinkel1, Markus Schmid1, Thomas Maier1, Thomas Vietor2

1: University of Stuttgart, Germany; 2: Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany



Experimenting in Industrial Product Design. The Case: "Art, Design and Business Project for New Young Talents - Young Culture as a Motor for a New Business Economy in Tuscany"

Paolo Pupparo, Margherita Tufarelli, Maria Claudia Coppola

University of Florence, Italy



A User-Centred Design Support Framework to Develop Aesthetically Pleasing and Sustainable Over-the-Counter Pharmaceutical Packaging

Tamasine Camilleri, Philip Farrugia, Paul Refalo

University of Malta, Malta

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D4-C: DESIGN 2022 CLOSING
Location: Virtual Stage

A Word After: Dorian Marjanović, University of Zagreb (HR), DESIGN 2022 Programme Chair

Closing Remarks: Mario Štorga, University of Zagreb (HR), DESIGN 2022 Conference Chair

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D4-S: SOCIAL GATHERING
Location: Social Event Room

 
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